I Graduated…Now What? GSG Podcast Ep. 93

February 5, 2018 - By 

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In this Podcast, the crew discusses the daunting task of facing the unknown once your time at school has ended.

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  • Yes yes yes! This podcast is friggin’ awesome, and I love it when you guys talk about this stuff! What Chad said at 22:00m in really resonated to me, which was similar to what I went through at our college’s Career Center. I went in, and they just pointed me to a section in their resource center to a list of books and reference manuals of companies that were somewhat related to design. Since I didn’t know any better, I assumed this is what the Career Center was for. And I wholeheartedly agree that some of the people there think they are doing their job, but they also have no idea about the context of what a person needs to do. On a side note, in their defense, I also think that it is up to the student to be motivated and do their own homework–I’m a little conflicted as to what is the responsibility of the student, and what is the responsibility of the teachers, faculty and staff. I agree, some teachers don’t know about meetups and such, but in my opinion, a good teacher would tell the student what he or she can do outside the classroom, in order for the student to be successful. I absolutely had no idea about all these resources and programs that can help a student in school and once they graduate. Now, I pose this question. How much is it the responsibility of the program to help you get a job, and how much is it the responsibility of the student to be proactive to look at all this stuff on his/her own? Is this a way of “weeding out” the less aware students for the people who are hustling?
    Great, great podcast! Looking forward to the next one!

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